Visual artist and educator Emma Wolf-Haugh works across disciplines, weaving together installation, performance, publishing, and collaborative workshop techniques. Interested in re-orienting attention in relation to cultural narratives, Wolf-Haugh develops work from a working-class-queer-feminist questioning of ‘what is missing?’, and considers the construction of legacy, and what is and isn’t given historical attention. Colonial aesthetics, obscenity trials, masculine hysteria, crime scene photography, sexology, the production and obfuscation of the lesbian throughout modernity, the contemporary collapse of post-war social housing projects – all intersect in Domestic Optimism.
Time: 4pm - 11pm
Genres: Visual Art
Features: Wheelchair accessible
Address: No. 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Dublin D02 RD45, Ireland
Phone: 01 881 9613